I'm a journalist based in Boulder, Colorado who reports on a variety of topics and has a special interest in stories about health science -- especially about what happens when people themselves adopt lifestyles for the sake of improving their health. I've followed the information about ketogenic diets and exercise for well over a decade, as one example. The Voice of America (voanews.com) has approved me doing a story for global broadcast about Bredesen's protocols and studies regarding Alzheimer's reversal. I'll be talking with Dale on Friday around 4:30 to do an interview with him. The fact that your group is here in Boulder adds a great dimension, because it's an opportunity to interview and show people who "walk the talk." On many health stories reported in the press that most commonly extoll a new potential drug, the doctors simply say that even if a lifestyle change might be useful and healthy, no one will ever really do it, so why encourage people to try (ie, just tell people to take the pill) - so to have some examples of people who are actually following these kinds of protocols is very powerful. Additionally, I think Bredesen's message that APOE4 can be considered an evolutionarily advantageous genotype, when treated properly through lifestyle, is wonderful to share as well.
For filming, I want to respect anyone's wishes to NOT be filmed, while still doing some filming if possible in the context of actual things happening, such as people eating at a restaurant, for instance. I appreciate you and your husband, plus George and Theresa, being willing to be filmed at bit for this (it might just be ten minutes of filming, for instance, to get close in shots of what you're eating, plus mid-distance shots of you in a dining room, plus a bit of conversation there about what you're eating and why). And there are pixelating programs for people's faces that can disguise anyone in the background -- and even change the timbre of their voice. As an example, I'm including a link to a story I did about marijuana in Colorado, where the Boulder Sheriff's Drug Task Force Commander asked me to disguise his identity, since he works undercover. While we filmed him in silhouette initially, it turns out that we didn't even need to do that, since the pixelating works so well. You can see how it looks here.